Fuckin' Buddha comin' at'cha live
Direct with the biggest, fattest joint
Comin' in with indo flavors
Fuckin' Buddha comin' at'cha like this
'95

It's, Friday mornin', where the weed at?
Let me dip into my pocket for my fat weed sack
Cause I want to get high like a plane in the sky, with the indo cloud in my brain
Where the fuck are my zig-zags and my lighters?
So I can roll it and set it on fire
Damn, I wish I had scissors cause the shit is so sticky that it's gettin' on my fuckin' fingers
But it's smokeable, double tokeable
I got the one-hitter quitter Bombay shit that's tokeable
I want to do a joint venture
Let me make sure there ain't no lump in the god damn center
Impregnated lookin' joint, fuck it
I can smoke it and I still get faded

Roll it up, light it up, smoke it up
Inhale, exhale

Roll it up, light it up, smoke it up
Inhale, exhale

Roll it up, light it up, smoke it up
Inhale, exhale

Roll it up, light it up, smoke it up
Inhale, exhale

(East Coast hittin' that blunt), West Coast hittin' that honeydip
Marijuana joint, then I want another hit
Roll it up, (light it up), smoke it up
I want to stimulate my mind (so I toke it up)
Can I get a hit? (Can I get a hooh!?)
Gimme that fat bag of weed and the brew so I can get faded, elevated
Smoke the joint down to a roach then I ate it
I stand true to the yesca, mota as I keep runnin' from the Chota
Gimme dat weed fool and ya zig-zags
(Puto don't be holdin' out on the big bag)

Roll it up, light it up, smoke it up
Inhale, exhale


Lyrics submitted by PepsiCan

Roll It up, Light It up, Smoke It Up Lyrics as written by Larry E. Muggerud Larry Muggerud

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    General Comment

    Tell me if I fucked them up at all!!!

    PepsiCanon May 19, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    not much, just a few little things, but nothing too big to mention.

    THis song is the BEST song ever made to smoke to. The beat, for me, makes it seem like I'm floating, or swimming in water, or some shit. It's Great!

    stupidname0on July 25, 2002   Link
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    General Comment

    great song i dont even do weed....or smoke for that matter but this is a great song

    langeslayer3887on March 11, 2003   Link
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    General Comment

    I agree with langeslayer3887, I don't do weed or smoke, but it's still a great song!

    Shadowbitchon June 16, 2005   Link
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    My Opinion

    Fucking Retarded Song, literally not even a good beat, or maybe its cuz im not a Wigger/*igger but yeah Rap sucks, Hip Hop and Rock (no screaming) are for me, and at least do a song that u have to interprete a little to get at the "oh yeah i get it now hes talking about weed.... haahaahaahahaaa"

    GoldDragonon November 09, 2009   Link

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